A Blonde in Love

A Blonde in Love

  • Director: Milos Forman
  • Writer: Milos Forman,Jaroslav Papousek,Ivan Passer
  • Countries of origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Language: Czech
  • Release date: October 26, 1966
  • Runtime: 1 hour 28 minutes
  • Sound mix: Mono
  • Aspect ratio: 1.37 : 1
  • Also known as: Loves of a Blonde
  • "Lásky jedné plavovlásky" is a romantic drama written and directed by Lasky jedne plavovlasky, starring Vladimír Pucholt , Hana Brejchová and Tána Zelinková .
    This film mainly tells the story of a naive and romantic female shoe factory worker who likes to fantasize about things, and is very tired of the boring life, so she takes a pianist as her emotional sustenance target. Everyone was taken aback when she unexpectedly visited the man's parents. He felt trapped, she felt cheated, and his parents didn't know how to deal with it.

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    Details

    • Release date October 26, 1966
    • Filming locations Zruc nad Sázavou, Czech Republic
    • Production companies CBK, Filmové studio Barrandov, Sebor

    Movie reviews

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    • By Reginald 2022-09-15 22:09:53

      It's better to just have a dance, and so on for the rest.

      The female workers dancing with the soldiers in the middle is really well shot. Many of them are short shots, and the editing is good. The shots are used to explain, not the dialogue.

      But the rest is the same. The first 1/3 of the scenes are too average, and it's not even obvious who is the protagonist.
      If it weren't for "Blonde Love", you might think that the singing woman in the first shot was the protagonist, but in the back it was just a passerby in the same dormitory....

    • By Silas 2022-09-15 18:20:37

      I have a little scar here

      "Blonde Love" (1965) is another masterpiece by Milos Foreman after "Black Peter". Andra, a blonde girl who works in a shoe factory in Zluk, Czech Republic, told her girlfriend Marie about her relationship with Prague pianist Mida. Andra had a boyfriend Dongda before, but the stingy Dongda made her very upset and broke up after that.

      At a military-civilian dance...

    • By Percival 2022-09-15 18:16:29

      love trap

      The film begins with a conversation between blonde Andura and her roommate. Andura, who works in a factory, is a very simple girl who yearns for and believes in love. However, she has experienced a love tragedy. The interesting thing is that this is obviously a sad story of a girl who was deceived and deceived. The ubiquitous humorous elements added by Foreman are uniquely tempered, and the sadness and joy alternate with each other. …

      The film is basically divided into three...

    • By Gerhard 2022-09-15 17:20:09

      real humorous melancholy

      Forman deserves to be the most insightful director.
      Always moved by Czech and Eastern European films, which seem to be the least commercial, of course in my country, how would I go my way...disillusioning question. Our environment today is not even as good as it was in the 1960s, when Forman was almost the same age as me, and he was also looking for himself in the cracks of the system. And he actually handed over blondes and firefighters, hoping it's just a matter of talent. At least...

    • By Hillard 2022-09-15 15:16:32

      Milos Forman's 1965 work - "Blonde Love"

      A black and white film, taken in 1965.
       
      I still pay attention to some technical details, such as the camera call of the film. What can I say here about Milos Forman? Maybe I have no qualifications, just because I have only seen one of his films.
      Many films have problems of one kind or another, and no matter how well they are done, they are not perfect. But such a black and white film, made in 1965, seems to be very close to this result.
      In terms of camera call and scene...

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    • By Jamir 2022-09-22 18:42:36

      Foreman's works in the Czech era have good details and scheduling, and the overall is slightly flat, showing the style of a...

    • By Eli 2022-09-15 23:11:50

      The relationship between the country and the people is likened to the relationship between men and women in love. The most imaginative creation, perhaps the never-ending deceit, is their biggest similarity. Women in love are weak and want to enjoy happiness, or Willing to endure one after another lie, or simply give up love, the same is true for ordinary people in the country. Take the repeated lies as the truth, the ostrich in the sand may be blind, but at least have a moment of...

    • By Kale 2022-09-15 22:23:07

      Sexual drama in a too bland life discusses the place of sex in society and the joys and sorrows it brings through several different aspects. On the one hand, young female protagonists in rural areas were deceived by urban scumbag pianists to sleep and deceive their feelings. On the other hand, young female workers in rural areas were used by the government to pimp out the needs of military men, which is a hypocritical enslavement of the so-called "freedom". The irony of women's urban culture is...

    • By Kristin 2022-09-15 21:17:57

      The beautiful vision about love, the boring reality about...

    • By Haven 2022-09-15 19:06:43

      The front is weak, the heroine is so...

    Movie quotes

    • [from subtitles file]

      Milda's Father: [to Milda's mother, after Andula arrives unannounced] Haven't I always said your son is nuts? Here's your proof.

    • [from subtitles file]

      Andula: [naked, reluctant to have sex with Milda] But I don't trust you.

      [a short time later, while having sex with Milda]

      Andula: I do trust you. I've never trusted anyone so much before.

    • [from subtitles file]

      Milda: [after Andula gently kicks him in the shin] You know, I could get gangrene and die.